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Lounsbury House quotes by Pablo Neruda
#1. I built up these lumber piles of love, and with fourteen boards each I built little houses, so that your eyes, which I adore and sing to, might live in them. Now that I have declared the foundations of my love, I surrender this century to you: wooden sonnets that rise only because you gave them life. #Quote by Pablo Neruda
Lounsbury House quotes by Barbara Pym
#2. Oh, this coming back to an empty house,' Rupert thought, when he had seen her safely up to her door. People - though perhaps it was only women - seemed to make so much of it. As if life itself were not as empty as the house one was coming back to. #Quote by Barbara Pym
Lounsbury House quotes by Rainer Maria Rilke
#3. Onto a Vast Plain"

You are not surprised at the force of the storm -
you have seen it growing.
The trees flee. Their flight
sets the boulevards streaming. And you know:
he whom they flee is the one
you move toward. All your senses
sing him, as you stand at the window.

The weeks stood still in summer.
The trees' blood rose. Now you feel
it wants to sink back
into the source of everything. You thought
you could trust that power
when you plucked the fruit:
now it becomes a riddle again
and you again a stranger.

Summer was like your house: you know
where each thing stood.
Now you must go out into your heart
as onto a vast plain. Now
the immense loneliness begins.

The days go numb, the wind
sucks the world from your senses like withered leaves.

Through the empty branches the sky remains.
It is what you have.
Be earth now, and evensong.
Be the ground lying under that sky.
Be modest now, like a thing
ripened until it is real,
so that he who began it all
can feel you when he reaches for you. #Quote by Rainer Maria Rilke
Lounsbury House quotes by Fannie Flagg
#4. Well, they are trying to get rid of Christianity and once they do that, then you watch. Our taxes will go up and they'll take all our guns away and the next thing you know, a communist or a socialist will get in the White House and then it will be all over. #Quote by Fannie Flagg
Lounsbury House quotes by Gillian Flynn
#5. Angie's house looked like a child's drawing of a mansion: It was so generic it was barely three-dimensional. #Quote by Gillian Flynn
Lounsbury House quotes by Rabindranath Tagore
#6. I've travelled all around the world to see the rivers and the mountains, and I've spent a lot of money. I have gone to great lengths, I have seen everything, but I forgot to see just outside my house a dewdrop on a little blade of grass, a dewdrop which reflects in its convexity the whole universe around you. #Quote by Rabindranath Tagore
Lounsbury House quotes by D.E. Sievers
#7. They remained in bed through the evening and it was as good as it had ever been if not better. Uninhibited sounds of pleasure erupted time and again, shattering the museumlike stillness like fine holiday china removed from a dustblown cupboard and smashed one plate at a time. The articulation of unfeigned desire issued from each of them, resounding through the house, and each of them heard it. It was louder than the silence of neglect that had clamored so loudly in the past, when the disaffection borne of life's distractions would have had them believe there could be something more important than what they'd found in each other. But now, all they'd been through together had honed their ability to see and hear and feel what they'd had all along, and nearly lost. They knew the world around them would jabber on, deafeningly at times, but they would face it together, knowing what they knew, and shout it down. Between the two of them they had more than enough sound and color and light to fill all the time and space and need they could ever expect to possess. The key to their happiness consisted only in knowing it. #Quote by D.E. Sievers
Lounsbury House quotes by Shel Silverstein
But please walk softly as you do.
Frogs dwell here and crickets too.
Ain't no ceiling, only blue
Jays dwell here and sunbeams too.
Floors are flowers - take a few.
Ferns grow here and daisies too.
Whoosh, swoosh - too-whit, too-woo,
Bats dwell here and hoot owls too.
Gnomes dwell here and goblins too.
And my child, I thought you knew
I dwell here ... and so do you. #Quote by Shel Silverstein
Lounsbury House quotes by Gena Showalter
#9. HE WAS KNOWN AS THE Dark One. Malach ha-Maet. Yama. Azreal. Shadow Walker. Mairya. King of the Dead. He was all of those things and more, for he was a Lord of the Underworld. Long ago he had opened dimOuniak, a powerful box made from the bones of a goddess, unleashing a horde of demons upon the earth. As punishment, he and the warriors who aided him were forced to house those demons inside themselves, melding light and darkness, order and chaos, until they were barely able to retain any tether on the disciplined warriors they'd once been. Because #Quote by Gena Showalter
Lounsbury House quotes by Bebe Neuwirth
#10. Kirstie [Alley] saved me, in a way. [At the time], I had a terrible marriage, and I stayed at her house. She was wonderful - just a kind, big-hearted, filthy girl. Somehow she could be vulgar without being vulgar. #Quote by Bebe Neuwirth
Lounsbury House quotes by Afrika Bambaataa
#11. I'm the renegade of funk. I've made house, techno, rock, funk, reggae ... That's why I've been on so many different labels. #Quote by Afrika Bambaataa
Lounsbury House quotes by Jennifer Granholm
#12. I really want to be governor when I have a partner in the White House. #Quote by Jennifer Granholm
Lounsbury House quotes by Thomas Merton
#13. The Christian faith enables, or should enable, a man to stand back from society and its institutions and realize that they all stand under the inscrutable judgment of God and that, therefore, we can never give an unreserved assent to the policies, the programs and the organizations of men, or to "official" interpretations of the historic process. To do so is idolatry, the same kind of idolatry that was refused by the early martyrs who would not burn incense to the emperor. The policies of men contain within themselves the judgment and doom of God upon their society, and when the Church identifies her policies with theirs, she too is judged with them - for she has in this been unfaithful and is not truly "the Church." The power of "the Church" (who is not "the Church" if she is rich and powerful) contains the judgment that "begins at the house of God. #Quote by Thomas Merton
Lounsbury House quotes by Reinout Willem Van Bemmelen
#14. In our lives we have known hell and heaven; the final balance, however, is that we helped pave the way to dynamic harmony in this earthly house. That, I believe, is the meaning of this live. #Quote by Reinout Willem Van Bemmelen
Lounsbury House quotes by Robert Walpole
#15. I have lived long enough in the world, Sir, ... to know that the safety of a minister lies in his having the approbation of this House. Former ministers, Sir, neglected this, and therefore they fell; I have always made it my first study to obtain it ... #Quote by Robert Walpole
Lounsbury House quotes by S.F. Mazhar
#16. I agree," Skyler replied. "There's nothing funny about it." He pointed to
the cottage. "The house is unoccupied; we have permanent residents
looking for a place to stay." He held up both hands. "What's the problem?"

"The problem?" Ella asked, with a raised eyebrow. "I think the problem
is six-foot tall, has black hair, green eyes and the ability to kick your ass
across Salvador. #Quote by S.F. Mazhar
Lounsbury House quotes by Neil Gaiman
#17. If an eagle gives you a feather, keep it safe.
Remember: that giants sleep too soundly; that
witches are often betrayed by their appetites;
dragons have one soft spot, somewhere, always;
hearts can be well-hidden,
and you betray them with your tongue.

Do not be jealous of your sister.
Know that diamonds and roses
are as uncomfortable when they tumble from one's lips as toads and frogs:
colder, too, and sharper, and they cut.

Remember your name.
Do not lose hope -- what you seek will be found.
Trust ghosts. Trust those that you have helped to help you in their turn.
Trust dreams.
Trust your heart, and trust your story.

When you come back, return the way you came.
Favors will be returned, debts be repaid.

Do not forget your manners.
Do not look back.
Ride the wise eagle (you shall not fall).
Ride the silver fish (you will not drown).
Ride the grey wolf (hold tightly to his fur).

There is a worm at the heart of the tower; that is why it will not stand.

When you reach the little house, the place your journey started,
you will recognize it, although it will seem much smaller than you remember.
Walk up the path, and through the garden gate you never saw before but once.
And then go home. Or make a home.

Or rest. #Quote by Neil Gaiman
Lounsbury House quotes by Sandra Cisneros
#18. I wasn't aware that 'House on Mango Street' was so influenced by Spanish until after I finished. #Quote by Sandra Cisneros
Lounsbury House quotes by Barbara Bush
#19. The darn trouble with cleaning the house is it gets dirty the next day anyway, so skip a week if you have to. The children are the most important thing. #Quote by Barbara Bush
Lounsbury House quotes by Elizabeth Spires
#20. A King Who Keeps To Himself Dwells"

A king who keeps to himself dwells
in a humble house with his sole servant.
While his body-man eats, drinks, feels fever
and chills, and plucks gray hairs from his head,
his master knows nothing of thirst or hunger,
illness or age. They set out together, but whether
fortune or misfortune awaits them on the world's
wide road depends on the servant's whim, faithful
or unfaithful to his king. Along the way, a kinswoman,
mother and sister to them both, offers them a room,
a mean, but the soon press on, until the old servant
can go no farther. He stumbles, falls, and cannot
rise again. Then the king, without a glance backward,
continues on to a country we shall all come to know.
Whoever knows this pair, say their names.

(and the answer is body and soul) #Quote by Elizabeth Spires
Lounsbury House quotes by Victoria Wilson
#21. I bought a gun safe with velvet shelves and a built-in dehumidifier to house the hundreds of original [Barbara] Stanwyck letters I amassed that I first kept in the lettuce crisper of a refrigerator in my basement. #Quote by Victoria Wilson
Lounsbury House quotes by Vanessa Carlton
#22. Plus, there were so many pianos in my house, so I couldn't really avoid it. #Quote by Vanessa Carlton
Lounsbury House quotes by J.K. Rowling
#23. I've said all along that wizards would pay for how they treat house-elves. Well, Voldemort did ... and so did Sirius. #Quote by J.K. Rowling
Lounsbury House quotes by William Upski Wimsatt
#24. There were no sex classes. No friendship classes. No classes on how to navigate a bureaucracy, build an organization, raise money, create a database, buy a house, love a child, spot a scam, talk someone out of suicide, or figure out what was important to me. Not knowing how to do these things is what messes people up in life, not whether they know algebra or can analyze literature. #Quote by William Upski Wimsatt
Lounsbury House quotes by Frederick Lenz
#25. Have lots of plants in your house. Nature and plants understand something about stillness and silence. As you interact with the green world, you will find a peace will enter your life. #Quote by Frederick Lenz
Lounsbury House quotes by M. J. Hyland
#26. I grew up in a bookless house with a father and brother who have spent most of their lives in prison, psychiatric hospitals, or living rough, and a mother who has spent her life slaving and scrimping to pay the bills, living a nervous and troubled life. #Quote by M. J. Hyland
Lounsbury House quotes by D.H. Lawrence
#27. Time went on. Whatever happened, nothing happened, because she was so beautifully out of contact. She and Clifford lived in their ideas and his books. She entertained. there were always people in the house. Time went on as the clock does, half past eight instead of half past seven. #Quote by D.H. Lawrence
Lounsbury House quotes by Unknown
#28. Then it came into his heart that he would command men to fashion a hall and a 55 mansion, a mightier house for their mead-drinking than the children of men had ever known, and #Quote by Unknown
Lounsbury House quotes by Niall Williams
#29. Each family functions in their own way, by rules reinvented daily. The strangeness of each of us is somehow accommodated so that there can be such a thing as family and we can all live for some time at least in the same house. Normal is what you know. #Quote by Niall Williams
Lounsbury House quotes by Ayaan Hirsi Ali
#30. The will of little girls is stifled by Islam. By the time they menstruate they are rendered voiceless. They are reared to become submissive robots who serve in the house as cleaners and cooks. They are required to comply with their father's choice of a mate, and after the wedding their lives are devoted to the sexual pleasures of their husband and to a life of childbearing. #Quote by Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Lounsbury House quotes by Lara Flynn Boyle
#31. You know, the bigger you get and the more success you have, the more people you can fill your house with to tell you how great you are. You can do that. #Quote by Lara Flynn Boyle
Lounsbury House quotes by Barbara Kingsolver
#32. I found the right (Valentine) card to send her. On the cover there were hearts, and it said, "Here's hoping you'll soon have something big and strong around the house to open those tight jar lids." Inside was a picture of a pipe wrench. #Quote by Barbara Kingsolver
Lounsbury House quotes by Joan Chen
#33. I will always have a career. I believe in working. I don't believe that taking care of your house and children is enough for a woman. You don't feel complete. #Quote by Joan Chen
Lounsbury House quotes by J.C. Ryle
#34. The eye of God! Think of that. Everywhere, in every house, in every field, in every room, in every company, alone or in a crowd, the eye of God is always upon you. #Quote by J.C. Ryle
Lounsbury House quotes by Seymour Papert
#35. We often treat children as if they're not very competent to do anything on their own. So we make them stop learning in a natural way - by exploring. Logo [the computer programming language ] allows them to find their way around the computer, as they would find their way around the house, uncontaminated by the bureaucracies of schools. #Quote by Seymour Papert
Lounsbury House quotes by John Connolly
#36. Warraner looked pleasantly surprised at the question, like a Mormon who had suddenly found himself invited into a house for coffee, cake, and a discussion of the wit and wisdom of Joseph Smith. #Quote by John Connolly
Lounsbury House quotes by Chick Corea
#37. When I came to New York after high school in 1959 and started to meet musicians, 'Hot House' was like a standard jam session tune. #Quote by Chick Corea
Lounsbury House quotes by Marni Jackson
#38. It wasn't just that my breasts were sore and my legs seethed with restlessness at night. A knitted cap seemed to have settled on my brain as well. Never think that pregnancy is just a spare room in a woman's house; it changes everything - the heat, the light, the furniture. #Quote by Marni Jackson
Lounsbury House quotes by Jim Butcher
#39. Felicia managed to stagger to her feet, open the front door, and limp haltingly to the white limousine idling on the snowy street outside the house. Murphy went to the window to watch Felicia get into the limo and depart.
"Yeah," I said, deadpan. "The little blond woman has two of them. #Quote by Jim Butcher
Lounsbury House quotes by Abraham Lincoln
#40. Senator Douglas holds, we know, that a man may rightfully be wiser today than he was yesterday - that he may rightfully change when he finds himself wrong. But can we, for that reason, run
ahead, and infer that he will make any particular change, of which he, himself, has given no intimation? #Quote by Abraham Lincoln

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